Augmented Reality: Beyond Interaction

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Conference Proceedings
Authors: Anton Nijholt

Abstract: In Postphenomenology, various human-technology-world relations have been inve- stigated. They provide an understanding of how humans and technological artifacts shape each other and how human intentionality is mediated by technology. As discus- sed in this paper digital technology as it has developed over the last twenty years has not received the attention it deserves. The reflections on smart environments and augmented reality technology show a lack of insight into this research and are based on (premature) commercial applications that are not representative of this research. We take a closer look at this research from a human-computer interaction perspective and use this premise to comment on these relations and reflect on their values.

Keywords: Augmented Reality, Human-Computer Interaction, Optical See-through Headsets, Ever-present Augmented Reality

DOI: 10.54941/ahfe1002058

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